It’s here: a 3D-printed, ceramic-dominant resin that delivers permanent chairside crowns in as little as 10 minutes—with a materials cost starting around just $7 per unit.
3D PRINTING technology is progressing at breakneck speed, and SprintRay continues to set new performance benchmarks while simultaneously driving down the price of admission for complete chairside solutions. But the star of today’s show isn’t a printer: It’s the company’s new ceramic-dominant resin, called—drumroll, please—Ceramic Crown. (What were you expecting?)
Arriving hot on the heels of American Dental Association amendments permitting practices to seek reimbursement for 3D-printed ceramic crowns containing greater than 50 percent inorganic refractory compounds, SprintRay Ceramic Crown is FDA-cleared for definitive anterior and posterior full crowns, partial crowns and veneers. It’s catching on: Even the slowest adopters of new materials will find the Google machine quick to spit out reviews and scientific studies unequivocally demonstrating that finished SprintRay crowns exhibit good final polish, excellent marginal adaptation and noteworthy wear resistance.
Of course, you can’t print crowns without a 3D printer, and SprintRay offers a complete solution for under $20,000 that combines your existing scanner with SprintRay Cloud Services for rapid AI design, powered by 3Shape Automate, a SprintRay Pro S printer equipped with Pro S Crown Kit, and its insanely fast ProCure 2 post-curing system. Take it all together and you’ll slash your outsourcing costs, retain substantially more profit, make patients happier and do it all for a fraction of what the spendiest milling ecosystems cost. Innovation that does more for less? Count us in.
What’s in a name:
SprintRay’s new resin says what it does and does what it says, in your choice of A1, A2, A3, B1, C2, D2 and Bleach shades.